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  • Lotterywest Family Area map
  • Congratulations Lotterywest

    Congratulations to Lotterywest, long-standing supporter of the Friends of Kings Park, who recently celebrated 80 years of community service to Western Australia.
  • Cork Oak Gazebo

    View venue slideshow Located in the Lotterywest Family Area, the Cork Oak Gazebo is perfect for small family gatherings in relaxing surroundings.
  • Marri Gazebo

    View venue slideshow Located in the Lotterywest Family Area, the Marri Gazebo is surrounded by shady grassed areas, barbecues and great playground facilities.
  • River Gum Gazebo

    View venue slideshowLocated in the Lotterywest Family Area, the River Gum Gazebo is surrounded by shady grassed areas, barbecues and great playground facilities.
  • Willong Pavilion

    View venue slideshow The largest of the pavilions in the Lotterywest Family Area, the Willong Pavilion doubles as an educational facility for school groups attending Kings Park Education programs during the week.
  • Fitness and Recreation

    Kings Park and Botanic Garden provides a wonderful setting to improve physical and mental fitness. Whether practising yoga, tai chi or enjoying a casual run, the park offers a variety of areas suitable for your sporting interest. Walking and jogging...
  • Kings Park Road Precinct

    View venue slideshow The Kings Park Road Precinct is located on the northern edge of Kings Park, from the Lotterywest Family Area entrance heading east to Fraser Avenue. It offers an ideal venue for fitness training in small groups.
  • Recycling trash to treasure

    From the creative to the innovative, Kings Park and Botanic Garden is proud to showcase some of our best initiatives during National Recycling Week 2019.
  • Community Shelter

    View venue slideshow This shelter is very popular for small children's parties (up to the age of 6) with access to all facilities. Attached to Stickybeaks Cafe and within the Ivey Watson Playground, this venue provides a large covered area with...
  • Hale Oval

    View venue slideshow Hale Oval has been used as a playground and sporting ground since 1897. It provides ideal facilities for families with older children to enjoy ball sports, the popular space net and the 'learn-to-ride' bicycle path.
  • Stickybeaks Cafe

    Stickybeaks Cafe is the ideal place for young families to meet and enjoy a vast selection of delicious food while the children play in the Ivey Watson Playground or Lotterywest Family Area.
  • Visiting with disability

    The BGPA welcomes visitors from all walks of life to Kings Park and is committed to ensuring that people with disabilities, their families and carers have the same opportunities as other people to access services, facilities, events and information. We...
  • Visiting with Children

    There are plenty of exciting things to do in Kings Park and Botanic Garden with children – whether it be enjoying an afternoon picnic, relaxing in the shade of the trees or exploring the playground at Saw Avenue Picnic Area, or getting your hands dirty...
  • Transport options
  • Donations and Bequests

    To support Kings Park and Botanic Garden and / or Bold Park, you are invited to consider making a donation when you next visit or through the post, or consider making a bequest in your will.
  • Terms and Conditions

    Kings Park and Botanic Garden is an A-Class Reserve managed under the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority (BGPA) Act and Regulations. Kings Park is Western Australia’s most visited destination and can be exceptionally busy. Following these Terms and...
  • Botanic Garden Art Trail

    A truly beautiful place, the Western Australian Botanic Garden is located high on the Mt Eliza scarp with sweeping river and city views. As well as providing the world's most representative display of south-west WA's flora, it encompasses a rich...
  • Food and Beverage

    Kings Park and Botanic Garden provides for various eating styles, from casual kiosk, to sit down cafe, to an award winning restaurant. Whichever option you choose, you can be guaranteed beautiful surroundings to make your meal an enjoyable event....
  • Historical Timeline

    Kings Park and Botanic Garden has a long and interesting history. Nyoongar Aboriginal people lived throughout Western Australia, including Kings Park and Botanic Garden (Kaarta gar-up) for some 40,000 years before European settlement. This Historical...
  • Picnic and BBQ Areas

    Kings Park and Botanic Garden is a beautiful setting for a family picnic and barbecue, with many ideal locations found throughout the parklands.
  • Venues and Facilities

    Venues for hire With its views of the Swan River and Perth city, beautifully landscaped gardens and parklands, Kings Park is a favourite for weddings, family functions, community events, memorial services, corporate functions and sporting activities....
  • Things to do

    There are so many things to do in Kings Park and Botanic Garden - whether you are with family or friends for an afternoon picnic, wanting to relax and take in the magnificent views of Perth, or perhaps you feel like some unique retail therapy... Why...
  • Melaleuca fulgens

    Common name: Scarlet Honeymyrtle Family: MYRTACEAE
  • Cycling paths
  • Exhibition Ground

    View venue slideshowThe Exhibition Ground offers visitors a large open grassed area, tucked behind the pine forest on Fraser Avenue.
  • Corporate Support

    The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority is a sought-after partner among the corporate community. Corporate sponsorships provide a valuable connection to the natural environment, local community, Aboriginal and cultural heritage, scientific research and...
  • Place of Reflection

    Kings Park and Botanic Garden is an important place of natural beauty and tranquillity, where people seek peace in its quiet places, share time and special events with family and friends or take the opportunity to reconnect with nature’s wonders.
  • About Naturescape

    Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park is a special place for children to connect with nature and learn to appreciate Western Australia’s incredible natural environment. It is also the home of Kings Park Education. View image slideshow It is a dedicated...
  • About WA Botanic Garden

    Perched high on the Mt Eliza scarp in the heart of Kings Park, the Western Australian Botanic Garden is a sweeping 17 hectares of stunning garden displays, featuring striking species from around the state.
  • Guichenotia macrantha

    Guichenotia macrantha Common name: Large-flowered Guichenotia Family: MALVACEAE
  • Anigozanthos manglesii 'Anniversary Gold'

    Common names: Mangles Kangaroo Paw yellow form or Kangaroo Paw 'Anniversary Gold' Family: HAEMODORACEAE View image slideshow Origin of Scientific Name Anigozanthos manglesii is named after Robert Mangles, an English horticulturist. Description The...
  • Tuart Lawn

    View venue slideshow In 1996, Tuart Lawn was created to add to the Pioneer Women's Memorial Fountain natural amphitheatre. A large, picturesque area, it is shaded by a grove of majestic tuart trees resulting in a cool, tranquil area of the Botanic...
  • Water Garden Pavilion

    View venue slideshow The Water Garden reflects a natural stream through the Darling Scarp and provides an ideal location for people to gather and enjoy this area within the State's Botanic Garden.

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Concert traffic interruptions

Road and carpark closures will occur in Kings Park and Botanic Garden from February 2020 until April 2020 due to concert events.

Naturescape closed February

Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park will be closed from Saturday, 1 February 2020 until Sunday, 1 March 2020.

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Bridging the gap for sick kids

A new pedestrian bridge linking the Perth Children’s Hospital and Kings Park was officially announced by the Hon. Mark McGowan MLA, Premier of Western Australia today.

Great new grevilleas

Four new grevilleas developed in Kings Park and Botanic Garden will hit garden centres in WA for the first time this February, thanks to the park’s successful plant development program.

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